Adamant Indigo

Poetry inspired on “Amanda White”. Who’s she? Every friend I’ve met whose been through some kind of abuse. Mostly inspired on a very good friend I used to have.
 
Adamant Indigo
 
Bound and broken
We were made to move along
A faulty design by the master
Rest a day ‘cause there more to come.
 
She says “I’ll follow whoever leads me out”
But I’ve been dragging on my feet for far too long
Not the paradise promised, veil the doubts
In a slaughterhouse, but I’m done to the bone.
 
Arrest me for these sinful thoughts
(Handcuff me, breasts pushed against the walls)
You always liked the smell of my perfume
(In my hair, as it surfs in the sea of the breeze)
These answers always buried inside your left pocket
Written on a note I signed with my name.
 
You can search for fingerprints if that abides
To the law that spewed off your tongue while we kissed.
 
She went into the car
And faced the other way
Engulfing disappointment
A shattered piece (of hope) pursuing in slitting her wrists.
 
She yelled “drive me to the pinpointed affection”
But in the map it couldn’t be found
She turned up the radio
Softly placing her head over the dashboard.
 
Who would have thought that when the bell chimed…?
There were no angels getting their wings…?
Whoever wrote this mystery novel…
Clearly never counted on a distressed damsel trying to find a happy ending.
 
Arrest me for these sinful thoughts
(Handcuff me, breasts pushed against the walls)
You always liked the smell of my perfume
(In my hair, as it surfs in the sea of the breeze)
These answers always buried inside your left pocket
Written on a note I imprinted with my signature.
 
You can search for fingerprints if that abides
To the way you twisted ‘round my arms while you kissed me.
 
(Can you feel…?)
The fragrant smell of roses
When it rains down, beneath these teary blue eyes
I love it when it dances
Round and round again, dizzying up with all your lies.
 
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